Marjorie Censer

Marjorie Censer is Inside Defense's editor. She previously worked at the Washington Post and its local business publication Capital Business, covering defense industry reshaping, the increased scrutiny of contractors following the Edward Snowden case and the challenges of canceling military programs. From 2007 to 2010, she was managing editor of Inside the Army. She also previously worked as defense editor at POLITICO and as a staff writer at the Carroll County Times and the Princeton Packet. A Fairfax native, she graduated from Princeton University.

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Daily News | September 21, 2015

The congressional failure to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank will prove particularly damaging to the space sector, executives warned during a lunch sponsored by the Washington Space Business Roundtable on Monday.

Daily News | September 16, 2015

Since taking over the reins of the Aerospace Industries Association this summer, David Melcher, a retired three-star Army general and the former chief executive of Exelis, has reshaped the organization and filled several empty slots.

Daily News | September 14, 2015

Facing a shrinking number of aviation programs, the industry will almost certainly have to consolidate to cope, according to a panel of analysts and industry advocates.

Daily News | September 11, 2015

Despite the loss of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle contract, AM General says it has plenty of business ahead, from upgrading U.S. military humvees to foreign and commercial sales.

Daily News | September 10, 2015

After two rounds of discussions, the Air Force has closed talks with all three bidders for the next-generation long-range radar and has requested final proposal revisions by Sept. 22, according to a new government document.

Daily News | September 3, 2015

Following its win of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle production contract, Oshkosh's defense business is adding employees and readying for a more predictable path forward.

Daily News | September 2, 2015

As Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall seeks to improve the Defense Department's independent research and development process, one program that seems to illustrate his concerns remains unresolved.

Daily News | September 1, 2015

Computer Sciences Corp. said this week it has agreed to combine its soon-to-be-created government services unit with SRA International once the separation is complete.

Daily News | August 27, 2015

Defense industry advocates are far more supportive of Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall's new proposal to manage the Defense Department's independent research and development funding than they were of his initial effort to strengthen governmental oversight of the process.

Daily News | August 27, 2015

Some industry executives, once concerned about the use of lowest-priced, technically acceptable contracting approaches, say they're happy to see the Pentagon using this method less.

Daily News | August 26, 2015

After steep declines in its work related to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, ManTech International is seeking a new path forward, making plans to grow its cybersecurity, health information technology and homeland security business.

Daily News | August 25, 2015

Even as some large contractors are jettisoning their services work, others are forecasting growth ahead in that area.

Daily News | August 24, 2015

The Defense Department in late July reprogrammed $132 million to pay for identity monitoring and recovery services for Pentagon workers affected by the Office of Personnel Management breach as well to cover additional expenses related to contracts for background investigations.

Daily News | August 24, 2015

Momentum Aviation Group has purchased BOSH Global Services in a bid to expand the companies' surveillance work.

Daily News | August 21, 2015

Lockheed Martin has become the first defense contractor accredited as a commercial service provider under the Department of Homeland Security's enhanced cybersecurity services program.

Daily News | August 20, 2015

Seeking to continue advancing its technology -- even as Pentagon spending shrinks -- defense contractor TCOM, which manufactures aerostat systems, has opened a center of excellence.

Daily News | August 19, 2015

Salient Federal Solutions was seeking a change. The contractor, founded in 2009, was growing only modestly, according to its chief executive.

Daily News | August 18, 2015

Textron Systems' chief executive is urging defense contractors to more proactively adapt to tougher budget times, but says the industry also needs support from the Pentagon.

Daily News | August 14, 2015

Defense and federal services businesses worth billions of dollars are considered up for potential sale but -- so far -- potential buyers are playing coy.

Daily News | August 12, 2015

Following the award of a massive Pentagon electronic health records program to Leidos, no protests have been filed, allowing the contractor to move forward with the initiative.

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